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Have you had problems with your SR9?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by hometheaterman, Jan 13, 2010.

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Have you had problems with your SR9

  1. Yes

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    16.1%
  2. No

    26 vote(s)
    83.9%
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  1. hometheaterman

    hometheaterman Member

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    So for you that own a SR9 or have owned a SR9 have you had problems with it? If so what kind of problems?
     
  2. armchairQB

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    Other than the recall they had when they were first released.......

    none.

    Im not sure the recall was entirely necessary either. More like a CYA thing.
     
  3. Full Metal Jacket

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  4. highorder

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    aside from gritty triggers, sticky mag releases, and barrel peening they have no problems! ;)

    If you don't have any of those issues, they're great!
     
  5. Jeff H

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    No problems with mine.
     
  6. 3leggeddog

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    sr9 trouble

    Yes, the barrel peened [replace], heavy frigger pull still after 800 rds.:mad:
     
  7. hometheaterman

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    For you guys that have had barrel peening issues did it cause the gun to malfunction any or did you just send it in because you saw the barrel peening?
     
  8. Full Metal Jacket

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    i fired a friend's sr9 the other day. that thing had the most bizarre and unintuitive trigger of any striker fired pistol i have shot. the pull was very heavy, & it had already been lightened by ruger too after my friend called them to complain.

    accuracy was barely average.
     
  9. jfrey

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    I traded mine, immediately after the recall fix, on a Browning Hi-Power. Enough said.
     
  10. highorder

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    Why did you buy an SR9 when you could have bought a Hi Power to begin with?
     
  12. Racinbob

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    Absolutely no issues. The trigger has really smooded out with use and it eats anything. I am anxious to try the Goast trigger kit when.............it finally comes out. I love my SR9.
     
  13. highorder

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    Many are waiting for the Ghost Inc. upgrade.
     
  14. Fiv3r

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    i loved the feel of the gun and it gave me no performance issues, but the peening started to happen after about 1000 rounds.

    I traded it toward a .45 since I needed a potent and compact CCW.
     
  15. Full Metal Jacket

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    the feel of the SR9's grip is it's only redeeming quality, and even that's nothing to write home about.
     
  16. phrogpilot

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    My SR-9 ran perfectly; traded for a Browning Hi-Power and never looked back. Once I put that Browning in my hand it was all over.
     
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